Despite the challenges caused by the COVID pandemic, students at City of London Freemen’s School in Ashtead once again received outstanding GCSE results.
45% of all grades were graded 9 and 72% of grades achieved were 8 or 9.
Headmaster Roland Martin said: “Putting to one side the additional challenges students have faced over the last two years, the GCSE results awarded reflect the combined efforts of students, parents and staff, who should be proud in achieving a superb set of collective results, with some wonderful individual stories.
"The outstanding results show that Freemen’s is a school which continues to develop and extend itself, building on our historical traditions of academic excellence.
"We are delighted that 45% of grades awarded were the top grade of 9 and I am delighted that, despite interruptions over the last two academic years, pupils at Freemen’s have done so well."
Philip Woodhouse, Chairman of the Board of Governors of the City of London Freemen's School, said: “After this week’s incredible A Level results it was encouraging to hear more good news and to see that the excellent academic standards at the Freemen’s School have been maintained, despite the challenges our students have faced.
"My congratulations to students, parents and staff at the School."